RB - SF - IR
Week 14 Outlook
The 49ers placed RB Trey Sermon (ankle) on injured reserve.
Sermon was carted off the field last week and this injury will now sideline him for at least three games. It has been a brutal rookie campaign for the third-round RB. Elijah Mitchell should once again operate as San Francisco's workhorse.
San Francisco 49ers running back Trey Sermon (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.
As expected, Sermon will miss Week 13 with an ankle sprain. According to head coach Kyle Shanahan, he could be placed on injured reserve. The 49ers rookie was buried on the RB depth chart behind Elijah Mitchell, Jeff Wilson, and JaMycal Hasty. Fantasy managers weren't starting Sermon anyways, and he’s mainly a dynasty stash for now.
Trey Sermon (ankle) did not practice as expected as he is likely headed for the injured reserve.
Sermon can be dropped in redraft leagues, but he should be held in dynasty leagues as a long term hold.
Trey Sermon doesn't have a high ankle sprain but is being considered for short-term IR by 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan.
Sermon hasn't been an active part of the Niners' offense since Eli Mitchell and Jeff Wilson have returned to the lineup. Hence he's not a fantasy-relevant player.
San Francisco 49ers running back Trey Sermon picked up 32 yards on 10 rushes while adding one catch for 23 yards in a Week 11 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Sermon saw his first game action since October 10 and it should be noted that he added the majority of his touches in garbage time while the game was well in hand. Regardless, it was still nice to see the rookie out there. He could see some more carries next week against the Vikings if Elijah Mitchell (finger) were to miss another game.